Keeping an eye on the ever-changing positions and abject hypocrisy of California Senator Kamala Harris, candidate for President of the United States of America
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Kamala Harris Misses Her 'Sista Souljah' Moment, Limply Hands Over Her Mic to Wild Eyed, Leftist Animal Protester Who Storms Stage at "Move On" Event
California Senator Kamala Harris sure talks a big game, but when it came time for what could have been her Sista Souljah moment, she totally biffed it.
Now we know why California Senator Kamala Harris won’t stand up for your rights to say what’s on your mind on a university campus. She won’t stand up for herself.
While the demonstrator was ushered off, Move On couldn’t bring itself to ask cops to arrest him for assaulting a Senator. Yes, assault.
The WaPo hilariously ‘reported’ on Harris supporter, South Carolina Democrat Bakari Sellers, who laughingly tweeted, “You notice @KamalaHarris wasn’t afraid.”
I’m sorry, what? Here’s what she should have done:
That’s exactly how Harris will ‘fight’ for you.
Kamala Harris "infers" Trump's Guilt from Robert Mueller's Presser; Calls for Trump Impeachment.
Now, naturally that’s ridiculous and turns the U.S. Constitution on its head. But maybe she picked that up from former U.S. AG Eric Holder, then-President Obama’s “wing man.”
Check out my piece at VictoriaTaft.com on the Mueller statement.
Here’s what the former California Attorney General, who should know better, freely admits:
“I believe a fair inference from what he heard from Bob Mueller is there would have been indictments returned against this president,” if not for a decades-old Justice Department Office of Legal Counsel memo concluding that a sitting president cannot be charged with a crime.Sacramento Bee
So the upshot is if there’s an whiff of an ‘inference’ then, by all means, go after somebody, in this case, Trump.
Plus, Harris used this ‘inference’ as the reason to impeach Trump:
“What Robert Mueller basically did was return an impeachment referral. Now it is up to Congress to hold this president accountable. We need to start impeachment proceedings. It’s our constitutional obligation.”Sacramento Bee
If I were on the campaign trail I’d ask the Senator and presidential candidate if this would be her standard of proof of guilt moving forward.
Kamala Harris calls for punishing CEOs for failing to pay female employees the same as men and ends up with egg on her face:
The Senator took to her Twitter account to lash out against dastardly CEOs who dare pay female employees less than males.
As you know, the “wage” gap isn’t really a wage gap, but an earnings gap caused by women who leave the workplace and reduce their hours, usually for child bearing reasons.
Economists agree that widespread sex discrimination is not the reason for any pay gap. The Democrats believe that by consistently mischaracterizing the issue they can rake in more votes at election time. This just goes to show you that they think women are too stupid to read or something.
This leads us to this Washington Free Beacon piece about Harris’s own boss behavior in the work place. It turns out that Harris paid women less than men in her own offices. In fact, she would have been punished with a 6% fine under her own ‘plan.’
In her Senate office’s most recent six-month disclosure, covering the period from April 1, 2018, through Sept. 31, 2018, the median male salary disbursement was $34,999 and the median female salary disbursement was $32,999, leaving women with just 94 cents of every dollar paid to men.Washington Free Beacon
But that’s not all. The pay disparity is present in her presidential campaign as well, as the Free Beacon points out:
The pay gap was even greater during the first full month of Harris’s presidential campaign in February—the median female salary disbursement for the month, $5,763.97, was about 87 percent of the median male salary disbursement, $6,632.23, a further analysis of her campaign filing found.
But that hasn’t stopped the senator from continuing to ballyhoo her plan to solve a problem that doesn’t exist. In fact, she’s even doubled down on it:
I know, “let’s change” the lies that politicians keep telling women about the non-existent “pay gap.”